Jacob Zuma chosen as ANC leader amid corruption claims

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Jacob Zuma has been re-elected as leader of South Africa's governing African National Congress.

He received an overwhelming majority of votes cast by some 4,000 delegates at the party's conference.

It comes amid mounting criticism of alleged corruption which has overshadowed President Zuma's time in power.

John Simpson reports from Bloemfontein.

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